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. >> bill: they will be executed, you can't do that. >> it's to send a message. >> bill: jesse watters is talking to the folks. we'll be right back. on your prepaid card? introducing chase liquid. the reloadable card with no fee reloads and withdrawals at chase atms. all for one flat monthly fee so there's zero confusion. get rid of prepaid problems. get chase liquid. >>. >> bill: in the segment tonight. watters living in boston, knowing it very well. people get angry about injustice like a cowardly attack. we sent to jesse watters to boston to talk to the folks. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> reporter: emotionally, how do you feel about the bombing? >> i feel really unsettled. it can happen anywhere but here and then i'm not going to feel that way. >> i was pretty devastated. it was a family event. something like that happens. >> it kind of ruined the boston marathon. >> reporter: how do you process the event? >> i'm been trying to figure that out. >> i didn't think we were this soft. could never think of where it happened. >> you had tons of protection but anything can slip through. >> something we
: jesse watters goes down to spring break to ask students just how liberal their campuses really are. >> i thought i was hip. >> no, you are not hip at all. >> bill: caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. ♪ ♪ >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. a tale of two intense issues in the culture war. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. there is no question that secular progressives emboldened by the obama presidency are trying to change this country in very significant ways. opposed to that change are many conservatives and independent traditional americans who see the progressive vision as destructive. the debate is very intense with the media pretty much always siding with the secular progressive forces. right now many in the press are openly hostile to the conservative point of view. therefore, traditional americans must make their case in very persuasive ways in order to win the day. two examples. first, abortion. according to a fox news opinion dynamics poll in 1997, not that long ago, 40% of americ
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in the u.s.a.? because it refuses to consider anything other than the democratic party. jesse watters on the case. >> how bad is it? >> it's bad. >> yeah? >> it's bad. >> caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone, the factor begins right now. >> bill: i'm, i'm bill o'reilly, thanks for watching us tonight. the far left running wild once again. it that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. if the tea party has interrupted anyone's speech lately, shouting down a liberal person, for example, i have not heard about it. if college students are being indoctrinated and intimidated by conservative professors, i have not heard about it. but, on the other side, the far left is becoming increasingly bold and fresh in trying to silence those with whom they disagree. last night we told you how a school district in michigan tried to stop rick santorum from speaking. we interveend and the former senator will now be able to give his address but only to students who get a signed permission slip from their parents. meantime, millions, millions of high school students in america c
behind you. >> you thought jesse watters had left. >> oh, my goodness. flashback. sometimes sorry just isn't good enough. listen to the coach and see if this changes your mind. >> i have let so many people down -- my players, my administration, rutgers university, the fans. my family who is sitting in their house, just huddled around because of the fact that their father... was an embarrassment -- there is no explanation for what's on those films because there is no excuse for it. i was wrong. >> okay, bob. >> too late. too little. a lot of coaches have this idea if they are tough like that and mean like that that everybody will be afraid of them. a lot of places they are, including the players and the administration. they are, many of them are bullies because they bring so much to the school in terms of revenue. >> i had a sophomore basketball coach who was like that, a hot head, all he ever wanted to do was win. guess what we did? we won! >> you relate to that. you want to win all the time, too? >> i had terrible coaches. i had a terrible baseball coach and a terrible basketball coac
these days? >> a good question. our own jesse watters went to spring break to find out. >> do you find the professors sometimes change your mind about politics? >> at the united states air force academy, there are still very many very liberal individuals. >> you're kidding. >> they get a little bit offended when you're conservative. it is just the way i'm made. >> had a professor freshman year who introduced himself as the most raging liberal you'll phaoefplt phaoefplt -- meet. if you don't like it, you have to get out. >> you ever encounter a situation in class where you think the professor is going a little over the line? >> i had a criminology class and religion and sociology class and most of the professors were very liberal. >> rick santorum came to our school and spoke and she kind of poked fun. >> i feel like learning about my major, not their politics. >> they tried to convert the class to the muslim religion. >> they said islam and christianity worship the same class. >> do you think you were given a worse grade because you challenged the teacher? >> i got a b-plus instead of
in the boston bombing case. beck will be here. jesse watters flying high in denver at the big marijuana gathering out there. don't miss this one. don't miss this one. we who hope you♪ vo:wiplus wireless speaker,rhead bold is the proud sponsor of singing in the shower. [ male anuncer ] osteo bi-flex helps revitalize your joints to keep 'em jumpin'.° like calcium supplements can help your bones, osteo bi-flex can help your joints. osteo bi-flex... now available in all major retailers and warehouse clubs. >> bill: in the a r. we crazy segment tonight. at the beginning of the program you heard the mother of the two boston terrorists say her son is completely innocent and her father says that as well. >> somebody clearly framed them. i don't know who exactly framed them. but they did. they framed them and then they were so cowardly that they shot the boy dead. there are policemen like that after your conversation with the american officials, do you now accept that it was your children who carried out the attacks in boston? >> no. i don't. and i won't. never. >> bill: question is tonight,
collar. jesse watters pops his collar. >> why pop your collar? >> i don't know. >> you mean pop up? >> yeah, pop it up. >> i have no idea. we have like three minutes left. >> go ahead. >> another talk show host e jimmy kimmel, very funny. he sendsn the street interview people and you may have heard of this cocella music festival. you can learn about it if you read people magazine or us weekly in the supermarket checkout line of the he sent one of his reporters to doinrviews s feel about these bands. the problem? the bands weren't real. but listen, these hipsters would rather look like liars than look uncool. very funny. listen. >> of my favorite bands is dr. shlomo. do you like their album? >> yeah, actually, i had a radio show on community radio station up in canada and i used to spin them all the time. >> one of my favorite bands is called "get the (bleep) out of my pool." >> yeah. >> used to spin that. >> of course the guy was trying to have a little bit of a rap. even bob said she was cute. >> she was cute. >> you're up. >> all right. what has three legs and is really big? [ la
should say, in colorado, is stoned on marijuana. nonsense, joy. jesse watters went to a pot convention in denver. 10,000 people showed up from all over the country. we made that very clear. luke, lake forest, california. i am in the eighth grade. "killing lincoln" is the greatest book i ever read. waters world is my favorite segment. thanks for writing in. finally, the factor tip of the day. every year there is a big dog and pony show around this time in dc, starring president obama and the reached press that covers him. it's the white house correspondents dinner and several swells show up, including the president. that's why i'm here. conan o'brien is hosting tomorrow night. he will be mocking everybody u about the reason i'll sit through this is because of ed henry, fnc's white house correspondent. he's in charge of the scholarship fund which receives money from this dinner. now, over the years scores of poor children have been given funds to go to journalism school. it's a great program. if you want to know more about it, please go to whca.net. again, way to go, ed henry. you're a p
don't know. i watched jesse watters yesterday. can you see a lot of machinations almost a root gold set to us tamping down what we assume to be our basic instincts which i still think of as common sense. everybody has a take on this. human beings do guess in the immediate wake of things. if you want to zip your guest inside, that's fine. if you want to say your guess outloud on what happened here, i don't view it as the worst crime against humanity. i find it interesting how hesitant we are just to feel like i would like to find out who did this and i wish they got killed. you know, you see a the lo of pima niewferg around that. >> bill: not yesterday though with watters, had you people go crucify the guy, beat him. and that. >> i saw a couple of those billy. you don't concur that there were a few people i watch with watters and they were kind of saying that's a loaded term. i wanted to say something real quickly about axelrod and the president's reaction to this. and i saw your saying that you were -- listen, i'm not -- this is no conspiracy thing. i don't dislike the president. bu
? >> mike baker is an ex c.i.a. agent. likes to pop his collar, a little weird. >> jesse watters pops his collar. >> why pop the collar? >> you mean pop it up. >> yeah. >> i have no idea. we have like three minutes left. go ahead. >> so another g talk show host, jimmy kimmel, who is very funny, he sends these reporters out on the streets to interview people. you may have heard of the cocello music festival. a large gathering of hip steres and music fans. you can learn about it if you read us weekly or people magazine 'cause the celebrities go. he sent one of his reporters to do interviews on how these hiput sters feel about these bands. the problem? the bands weren't real. but r listen, these hipsters wod rather looks like liars than lk uncool. very funny. listen. >> one of my f favorite bands is dr. shlomo and the g.i. clinic. >> yeah. they're amazing. very amazing. >> do you like their album, dj cornmeal? >> yeah, actually, i hadll a rao station upnity radio in canada and i used to spin them all the time. >> one of my favorite ones is called get the (bleep) out of my pool. >> yeah. >>
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